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Harold Perrineau

Harold Perrineau

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    • August 7th, 1963
Harold Perrineau (born August 7, 1963) is an American actor known for the roles of Michael Dawson in  the U.S. television series Lost, Link in The Matrix films and games, Augustus Hill in the American  television series Oz, and Mercutio in Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet. He recently starred in ABC's  comedy-drama television series The Unusuals, playing NYPD homicide detective Leo Banks. Description above from the Wikipedia article Harold Perrineau, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of  contributors on Wikipedia.

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Filmography

Acting (35 Credits)

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2018Cold Brook as Gil Le Deux
2018Dumplin' as Lee Wayne / Rhea Ranged
2017I'm Not Here as SantanaWatch Free
2017Stephanie as Leader (uncredited)
2017Claws as Dean Simms
2014Sabotage as Jackson
2014Constantine as Manny
2013The Best Man Holiday as Julian Murch
2013Sexy Evil Genius as Marvin CoolidgeWatch Free
2013Snitch as Jeffery Steele
2012Transit as Losada
2012Zero Dark Thirty as Jack
2012Wedding Band as Stevie
2011Seeking Justice as JimmyWatch Free
2010The Killing Jar as Dixon
201030 Days of Night: Dark Days as ToddWatch Free
2009The Unusuals as Detective Leo BanksWatch Free
2008Gardens of the Night as Orlando
2008Felon as Lt. JacksonWatch Free
200728 Weeks Later as Flynn
2003The Matrix Reloaded as Link
2003The Matrix Revolutions as Link
2002On_Line as Moe Curly
2001Prison Song as Uncle Cee
2000Woman on Top as Monica Jones
1999The Best Man as Julian Murch
1998Lulu on the Bridge as Bobby Perez
1997The Edge as Stephen
1997Oz as Augustus Hill
1996Romeo + Juliet as Mercutio
1996Blood and Wine as Henry
1995Smoke as Thomas 'Rashid' Cole
1995Flirt as Men's Room Man #1
1990King of New York as Subway MuggerWatch Free
1988Shakedown as Tommie

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